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This 20-minute documentary examines the multi-ethnic history of the people who came to El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles from its founding in 1781 to the present time.
The Archive presents ‘Chicano Moratorium 50th Anniversary,’ a free screening of short works examining pivotal moments of activism in East Los Angeles. Followed by a discussion with Harry Gamboa Jr. and Carolina Miranda.
A short documentary about Martin Espino, musician, teacher, and poet. This documentary shows the heart and true passion he has for bringing his musical gift to the crowd.
How exactly did the Supreme Court arrive at its DACA decision.? Will Trump once again seek to end this very popular program? What does this mean for the approximately 800,000 “Dreamers” living, working, paying taxes, and raising families in our country? Moderator and Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson, National Immigration Law Center executive director Marielena Hincapié, activist Yahaira Carrillo Rosales, and attorney and migrant rights activist Prerna Lal answer these questions.
For The Love of L.A. by Rafael Cardenas. is a collage of poetry, photography, and music created within this moment of social distancing and political uprising. Each poet offers a glimpse of places and memories that exemplify their slice of Los Angeles.
PAPER CHILDREN / NIÑOS DE PAPEL explores America’s invisible refugee crisis through the eyes of one Miami family who navigates a broken system with unwavering resilience. Through it all, the family holds on to their faith and loving spirit—they’ve risked too much to give up hope.
Inspirarte Latinos is a space to narrate inspirational stories, that highlight the spirit of Latin talent. The only way to heal the body is if we heal the heart and Raquel lived in her own flesh how laughter can help her to live happier and thanks to her personal experience she founded RED NOSE to help others who are in hospitals to have happier days.
Join New Filmmakers LA and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences for a virtual edition of the annual NFMLA Film Festival’s InFocus: Latinx & Hispanic Cinema event. The line-up consists of two shorts programs and a feature presentation of Varda Bar-Kar’s documentary Fandango at the Wall. This event will include online screenings, filmmaker Q&A’s and industry panels. $10 single ticket – $30 festival pass
The Latino Theater Company presents an archival video showing of Part 3, Charity, of Evelina Fernández’s acclaimed trilogy. The final chapter in the story of the Morales family takes place in 2005 Los Angeles following the death of Pope John Paul II. Filled with music, humor, and a pinch of magical realism, A Mexican Trilogy is the winner of the Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle’s Ted Schmitt Award and is published by Samuel French. A follow-up, online conversation with…
ELAFF’s 13th Annual Film Festival “Storytelling for Empowerment” produced by Bienvenidos, East LA College, Eastmont Community Center, Hillsides, and The East LA Society of Film & Arts (TELASOFA) be virtual this year.